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on for you for "good morning america" at 5:00. an apartment complex in east baltimore said if you have got a pit-bull, you got to go and one man is taking legal action. >>> one important factor in losing weight is obviously your diet. so we'll tell you the best foods to lose those pounds and keep them off. those stories and more coming up on "good morning maryland" at 5:00 a.m. anncr: a good job. it's the key to a good life. but it isn't always easy to find one... a vote for question seven is a vote for maryland jobs. two thousand construction jobs to build a new resort casino. four thousand permanent jobs, paying... on average fifty five thousand a year. six thousand jobs from increased tourism... and table games like blackjack and poker. add it up: it's twelve thousand new maryland jobs. but to build it you have to vote for it. vote for question seven. and get maryland back to work. >>> kids at the seed store in baltimore got to be scientists for the week. we're talking about getting dna from fruit to getting evidence from a crime scene. this is called file lab. it's a tractor-trailer th
with a look at roads. >>> still dealing with the big sinkhole in east baltimore. monument street still portions of that shut down. not far from patterson park. >> down in that neighborhood. right now you're saying chilly start take the coat. >> exactly and we're still officially in summer. we have frost advisories in western maryland we're looking at garrett county. it is chilly this morning. temperatures are in the 40s and a lot of spots. so take the jacket as you head out the door. i'd say a coat. i'm cold. exactly. let's look at these temperatures in bladensburg. 55 degrees there. and 43 degrees in west friendship this morning and look at the 100%. that means the dew point, the temperature are the exact same. actually a little bit of patchy fog in howard county this morning and also frederick county. out and about be prepared for that take it easy on the roadways. maryland's most powerful radar is dry right now. and it's going to stay is that way through the day. we're going to get lots of sunshine in here. it's going to be a fantastic day. as we look at the hour by hour forecast fo
with lauren cook. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. if you are in baltimore county and heading out to 759, no concerns. it's nice and clear -- 795, no concerns. it's nice and clear. heading out to the beltway, a live look at the west sideat old court road. traffic is starting to pick up. you are looking at 12-minute ride on the outer loop from 795 down towards 95. there are no delays heading on that inner loop up towards pikesville. now the beltway will be remain nice and clear from parkville up to towson. 11 minutes on the outer loop from 95 up to 8 3. and no concerns out on the jfx heading into the city. it's going to take you 11 minutes no delays from the beltway all the way downtown to fayette street. now over to you. >>> 5:32. 11 years ago today our livewere changed forever and today we will take a moment to honor those who lost their lives on september 11th. abc2 news linda so is live downtown and you can tell us about a special memorial happening where you are standing today. what's this all about. >> reporter: we are here at the 9/11 memorial at baltimore's world trade cent
, baltimore community activists are gathering to show support for the teachers. sherrie johnson is live with more on why they are supporting the teachers. >> reporter: they definitely want to get out there and show support. they will be here this afternoon about 3:30 p.m., they will have a picket line at the direction of cold spring lane and falls road in north baltimore. we are here in front of western high school, this is where they are going to hit the streets if the picket line and want to support teachers defying big business and mayor. they want to support those making sacrifices for students, teachers, workers and communities everywhere. a judge scheduled a hearing on a possible injunction to end the chicago teachers strike for wednesday at 10:30 a.m., city attorneys filed a brief. the union is deciding whether to end the walkout if delegates call off the strike, students could be in class by wednesday. labor and education experts have called it a good deal for the union, including pay raises in a bad economy and appeals process for new teacher evaluations. >> it's straight forwa
. a few construction delays around baltimore city, not really going to impact your commute. 795 to 70 looking pretty good, lots of green on your screen. outside we go for a live shot. we'll show you, this is 895 just south of o'donnell street. things are looking good. 895 -- excuse me, 695 at harford road looking good at this hour. we'll do this all again coming up in less than 10 minutes. megan. >>> five minutes away from 5:00 right now. mike, thanks. >>> about a month ago we told you about airlines to shrink their seats to fit more people on a plane. now united airlines is going through with that plan. the airlines says it's going to retrofit 152 of its planes with slimline seats, reducing the seat size. we're talking about 18 inches to then 17 inches, so the change will allow for six extra seats in the cabin. united says its passengers really shouldn't notice the change, especially since leg room won't be affected. >>> record number of passengers flew through bwi airport in july. the airport's busiest month ever. we're talking about 2.2 million people walking through the termina
by the way. i was a yankees fan -- now that i'm in baltimore. i know i'm wearing a lot of orange and i don't buy orange and this is a different thing for me. >> it's exciting. >> very exciting. >> we haven't felt this in a while and a lot of people heading down there want to know what they're in store for. >> a good time tonight. but we're going to be dealing with mainly dry weather and don't worry about it. very humid once again this morning that will continue as we duothroughout the day. gush go throughout the day. on maryland's most powerful radar as of now, we have a lone shower now as we step over across the eastern shore. but also if your travels are taking you into virginia this morning we're dealing with a light shower around reston, sterling, ashburn and also oakton but again the you are going to be along the eastern shore watch out for some patchy fog this morning and we have some heavier rain just to the north of federalsburg right now. this is starting to slide off towards the east. heading over into delaware and that's the scenario in terms of the wet weather. as we look at te
to a baltimore county school. officials this morning saying they are going to make changes. so what is the plan? how good is your kid college? there is a new report out ranking the best of the best. we will see if area schools are on the list this morning. those stories are straight ahead. it's wednesday morning, the middle of the week. thanks for joining us. you probably noticed charley is not here. he is not on vacation. vacation is over and the baby is coming. you are about to drink a lot of could have -- you are about to drink a lot of coffee my friend. we will get the latest from the hospital as they await the rival of their first child a baby girl and, of course, they will remember the day forever. and one of the things they will remember is the weather. >> i will wonder if charley will be as cool as he tries to come across with the baby thing. >> are you kidding? et mush. >> he will be a great -- he will mush. >> he will be a great dad. >> fabulous weather to bring the child home from the hospital. a little cool this morning. but going throughout the day, fabulous. get out and enjoy. let
and comfortable. >>> good morning, if you are in baltimore, nothing to get in your way in hunt valley. if you are using the beltway, here is a look at the west side, wilkins avenue, everything will be up to speed here as well. looking at an 11 minute ride from 795s towards 95. beltway clear, outer loop from 95 towards 83, 11 minutes, if you are using the northeast corridor of 95. >>> news team ran for cover when a unwelcomed guest showed up. >> the cameras were rolling. what caused this crew to end up on the other side of the camera? >>> flu season maybe a couple of months down the road. why the time to get ready is now. the recommendations when it comes to flu shots they are talking about this morning. >>> younger americans expecting to receive inheritance may want to start saving. the odds are slim, young adults between 13-22 will inherit wealth. in the past, seniors relied on pensions, social security, and investments. because the rising cost of health care, many don't have enough put back leading to inheritance for their kids. >>> this weekend was bust at the box office. it turns out this
. problems per sift in baltimore county where -- persist in baltimore county on paper mill road at cooper road. traveling on 73 -- 83 as we look live in hunt valley, notice everything is up to speed at shawan road and will remain nice and clear traveling down to 695 and get on the jfx heading into city. traffic is starting to pick up on 695. looking live here in overl-ea at bel air road. expect a little congest jest towards towson. now over to you.>>> a rash of burglaries have some in a community changing their reteens. 15 burglaries in three weeks. police are frustrated and neighbors are concerned. sherrie johnson has more and do police have a suspect in this. >> reporter: so far nothing yet but they think it's someone familiar with the area with 15 burglaries in three weeks folks in the boulevard park neighborhood are on the lookout. the community is off mountain road. people say aid quiet and crime free area until now. now some of them didn't lock their doors over the last few weeks things are changeed. police believe the same person committed the burglaries. officers say it's someone
: the group is targeting african american communities andn baltimore city and baltimore county and prince george's county. we are live in federal hill, linda so, abc2 news. >>> the court could announce whether it will take up same sex marriages in two cases one involving a new york woman who sued saying federal law unfairly treats same sex couples for who are lawfully married in their state. she says she paid taxes on her wife's estate because at the time new york state didn't recognize their out of state marriage. a california case centers on the state voter approved same sex marriage. -- voter approved same sex marriage. >>> we have information an peanut butter recall that expanded raising more concerns for families. and sherrie johnson has details on what other products this also applies to. sherrie. >> reporter: well, we have learned the large-scale recall for trader joe's brand valencia peanut butter applies to nut butter sold under 14 brand names at stores around the country. this includes almond butter and peanut but the ebb with flax cede -- butter with flax seed sold in target st
, now, good morning maryland. >>> an elderly couple murdered in baltimore county. what police and those who know the couple have to say this morning. a live picture this morning of the world trade center at the inner harbor on this anniversary of september 11th. a shadow will cast over the expect memorial. monday night football. 44 to 13 does it get better than this? this is the way to do it. we will hear from the players after their first win of the season. hopefully many more to follow. thanks for joining on this tuesday morning, i am megan prinkel along lynette charles who is keeping an eye on the -- pringle along with lynette charles who is keeping an eye on the weather and lauren cook. it's slow out there. >> reporter: yeah. how about the ravens game last night. >> incredible. >> they sent a message out of the gate. >> reporter: the offense was good. >> and dedicating the season to art modell is wonderful. >> and i am glad the weather cooperated. and if you were able-- were unable to get out yesterday you have a chance today. we are starting off cool and crisp is what i like to cal
baltimore county public school administrators are set to share ideas with top school officials about building a safety security plan in a mandatory meeting. the superintendent said it wants to beef up security and safety in the schools. this comes after two gun incidents at baltimore county school since the first day of class. in one incident, a student was shot in perryville high school. and on tuesday, a student showed up with a handgun where police said that he threatened a teacher owner students. today the leaders will lay out a safety plan and they will help the teachers and the students to understand their role in the plan. to be aware of your surroundings. if you see something, say something. and they'll have an updated support systemtor staff and students -- system for staff and students and that includes an anonymous tip line. they hope to hire a security director. and the superintendent will have a little video on the county school's website talking about the security and safety plan. reporting live in towson, sherrie johnson, "abc 2 news." >>> students and staff at prince
to d.c. or traveling up to 95. here's what it looks like in downtown baltimore right at 395. you'll notice not too many cars out there just yet. everything will remain up to speed through that fort mchenry tunnel as well as the harbor tunnel. and as we check in and take a look at the drive times, 695 will be in great shape as well traveling the lout from 95 up to -- outer loop from 95 up to 83. 11 minute ride and no delays on the west side. # 1 minutes as well on the outer loop from 795 down towards 95. that's a lock at your abc2 timesaver traffic. megan over to you. >>> this morning, students at morgan state university prepare to head back to class after a man was shot on campus. abc2 news' sherrie johnson is live this morning in northeast baltimore with the latest on the investigation and have police found the shooter? i know they've been looking for him. >> reporter: right, police are still looking for the shooter in this case as this investigation continues, yet classes are set to resume in a few hours after being canceled last night because of the shooting. this all happened
downtown to fayette street. >>> two men are shot in north baltimore and the police are searching for the gunmen. linda so is live at the police headquarters. what is the latest? >> reporter: the search continues for the suspects and the motive remains uncleared. two men were shot in the arm just before 10:00 last night near north parkway the men are in their 20s and 40s. both victims were shot in the arm. the men were found in a car. but the police say that the shooting did not happen at that election. they believe it happened somewhere else and they drove to that area. and men were taken to near hospitals with non-life threateng injuries. and the search for the suspect continues this morning and the motive is unclear. linda so, "abc 2 news." >>> it is a tough time for people in harford county sheriff's department is preparing for at loss. they're saying good-bye to another sergeant this morning. he died of a heart attack wednesday night. he started feeling the symptoms during the funeral of another colleague who died in a car crash last week. he is survived by a wife and young c
schools -- baltimore city schools today due to the harry and jeanette wineberg undation. they are having a huge event hosting a grand opening of the first of three school libraries. so right now abc2 news sherrie johnson is live with more on what's happening and why this is so exciting. >> reporter: well, yes, we are here live at the thomas johnson elementary middle school and south baltimore where in few hours there's going to be the grand unveiling. not only here at this school but two other schools to make it three new libraries total. and this morning, i have lyanne with me who has two sons one inpre-k and first grade. tell me about what you think about this library project and the fact the schools get the new libraries. >> i think it's incredible. especially for the city where we sometimes feel like we are forgotten the but this is bringing such a positive buzz to the neighborhood. we are getting 4,000 new bucks a pretty shiny new library where the kids can go in and experience learning. >> reporter: what do you think about the wineberg foundationteaming with up community partners t
park foundation. something in the air wick. >>> thanks for staying with us. in baltimore you know the ravens are number one. when it comes to dollars and cents it's all about the dallas cowboys. they beat them all. forbes say the most valuable nfl team at more than $2 billion. redskins came in second. and followed by new england and the ravens, hey, this is nothing to frown about a more than a billion dollars at number 10. the least valued franchise jacksonville jags 770 million. >>> bird of a feather we are starting to flock. cloud nine for the o's and getting ready to get pumped up for the rains. >> and that is great way to honor art modell. we lost him yesterday and we will pay tribute to him saturday. but in the meantime, the season has to go on. we learned that apparently they have dedicated the season to modell and things are getting kicked off right now. linda so live this morning with the cheerleaders and with poe showing off purple pride. hey linda. >> reporter: we are getting the party started here early atcancun cantina. we have the cheer leader and poe joining us -- ch
will be held today for anthony anderson. he's the man from east baltimore who died after a confrontation with baltimore city police last week. anderson had been walking home last week in east baltimore when he came into contact with several police officers. in the first initial police report that was given after his death, it said that he died because he was trying to hide drugs that he was ingesting. however, now police admit it's not true and people who say they saw that confrontation, they tell a much different story. >> he put his arms to the side and come straight up and slammed them on his neck, collar bone-like. he sit that man up. [ indiscernable ] >> well now police will only say the circumstances of this case remain under investigation. the visitation, by the way, it begins today at 10:00 a.m. at march funeral home and after the funeral tomorrow morning the family is planning a march. that is going to happen from the funeral home down to the scene of that confrontation with police. >>> a woman in anne arundel county, she's accused of trying to kill her estranged husband by hitt
and -- speeds and traveling into baltimore city, you want to watch out for some trash bags. a lot of trash bags actually along the southbound lanes of 83. that's right between cold spring lane and druid hill. there are no problems to report on 95 moving through white marsh. just 15 minutes from the beltway into the city and here's what 695 looks like at quarantine road. nothing to get in your way. it will be nice and clear traveling across the key bridge and it will remain that way from parkville up to towson. over to you. >> all right. thanks so much. >>> 7 minutes after 5 right now. if your breakfast food includes cheese this morning, you want to check the packaging. there's a reason why. there's a recall that could have you throwing out cheese products so you don't end up in the doctor's office. >> reporter: three new libraries are unveiled in baltimore city public schools. i am sherrie johnson and i will have a sneak preview coming up. what does fall smell like? head north, to someplace pristine like acadia national park. there is nothing like the parks this time of year. the falling leaves
. good morning. >>> good morning, everybody. baltimore city, we will take you to first, we are dealing with an issue, accident tying things up, south washington street. be aware of. that our speed indicaters, 5-10 is miles per hour. it's a slow crawl around the issue. honey go boulevard, silver spring road, speed sensor picking up a shade under 30 miles per hour. issues upper coast, 30 dover, accident because of debris. debris north and west of town this morning. we will look and show you what the situation is. this is looking out towards pretty clear roads. 695, picking up volume as you look towards the west. things are looking normal thus far. another check on traffic coming up. >>> a memoir is going to hit store shelves today. no easy day, a former seal is speaking out about what he says happened. last week it was number one in presales on amazon.com. sherrie johnson is here with more on the story, safe bet to say, military is going to be taking a look at this, making sure no classified information is inside. >> the military is very much posed to the book. -- opposed to the book. th
of last season's afc title game. baltimore lost the game 23-20 on a last second missed field goal. last night the game down to the wire again. flacco threw for 382 yards, three touchdowns. tucker picked the field goal as time expired. 31-30 ravens. first time the pats have lost in baltimore since 1983. pretty incredible. the win was huge for ravens fans. also, for wide receiver smith. that game more than just football. >> he was playing with a heavy heart and it showed. grief stricken smith on the sideline. linda so is here with exactly how the wide receiver is dealing with the loss of his brother, how he coped on the field. >> he says back in the game is helping him a lot and support he received from teammates and fans has gone a long why. he plied yesterday's game for his brother, 19-year-old jones, died before midnight sunday when haze motorcycle crashed in to a utility pole in virginia. alcohol was not a factor and he was wearing a helmet. smith traveled to virginia to be with his family and got an hour of sleep before the game and made the decision to play when he got to the stadiu
of baltimore city sunday. a man was trying to save his neighbor from a home doing all he could just didn't make it. >> abc2 news sherrie johnson is here with more on the deadlyfire and do authorities know anything about this or is this investigation going on for a while. >> reporter: firefighters and arson detectives are trying to figure out how the fire started and whether the smock alarms were working at the time. the fire broke out just after 6:30 on sunday night. firefighters raced to the 2200 block of east north avenue in the city's broadway east neighborhood. crews found heavy fire and thick smoke in that row home. neighbors went into action. one man who tried to rescue his elderly neighbor may have a fractured leg. now once inside, crews found an 88-year-old woman dead of smoke inhalation and burns. >> we learned that this was an 88-year-old woman. does live with other relatives in the home but no one else was in the house at the time. >> reporter: so far no word on exactly what caused the fire at 33 firefighters fought the one alarm fire and it was contained to the row home and the woma
news' sherrie johnson is live this morning in northeast baltimore with the story and what's the latest on the investigation? >> reporter: okay, right now megan, police are still searching for a suspect in this shooting. so that investigation continues. now we are told that classes are set to resume this morning after the campus was on lockdown yesterday and evening classes were also canceled because of the shooting. but they are set to resume classes this morning. this all happened yesterday about 4:15 p.m. witnesses say the victim was inside the morgan state student center playing pool. he was shot inside the student center and he collapsed outside the building. investigators don't think the victim or the gunman were students at morgan state and right now many students are concerned leading to questions about how easy it can be for outsiders to come in and cause trouble. >> i heard a gunshot or like a big noise. so now i came out here to check and i found out it was him on the ground and he was bleeding. >> reporter: not yet released the name of the victim. they're also still searchin
for joining us. the investigation continues today into the murders of an elderly couple in baltimore county that happened in historic suddenbrook park area. police are is not saying how they died but they died from traumatic injuries. police have not commented on another man that neighbors say was living in that home. they did say there is no evidence of a break-in and police have not released the names of the victims and their bodies have been taken for the medical examiner for autopsies and we will keep you posted on information. if you know anything, call the baltimore county police. time for a check on weather with meteorologist lynette charles. >> let's talk about what's going on right now in mount airy. things look fabulous and a beautiful sunrise and a carbon copy of what we had yesterday. so if you liked yesterday you are going to enjoy today once again. look at temperatures in mount airy. very chilly out there this morning. grab the jacket as you head out and about. 47 degrees at the dew point of 46. dry air on tap once again. and look at the temperature by lunchtime. 73 degrees pl
and 70s from new york to baltimore. 80s in the south. mostly 70s in the midwest, plains, and rockies. >>> a dog's best friend just might be a prison inmate. inmates work at lafayette parish correctional industries, or lapcor and sell dog beds. the beds are given to local animal shelters. >> they hit on the dog bed idea as a way to reseekle their uniforms before they just used to burn them to make sure they weren't stolen. inmates cut up the uniforms and use the leftover pieces as stuffing. making between, i don't know, 300 and 400 a year. i think that's great. >> i think so too. >> giving them to the shelters. >> the guys, they're on poor wooden pallet kralts crates in . >> orange, or striped. >> the dog is soft, happy, happy, happy. >> late night tv, what would that be without a little info on how to get six-pack abs. paula faris find out from a top trainer. >> if you worry about your belongings, where they're going, when you go through security at the airport you. may have good reason. brian ross investigates tsa officers who are on the wrong side of the law. you don't want to miss
health for a while. art modell as you know a hero to the town. he brought football back to baltimore but he's also always going to be remembered by an age credible giving person for everything that he did for this community. modell bought the browns that was back in 1961. then he moved the team here in 1996. modell dead at the age of 87. >>> news time right now 7:27. we're going to let you know what your looking at -- you're looking at as you head out the door this morning. meteorologist lynette charles. >> good morning everyone, maryland's most powerful radar picking up on some showers mainly off in virginia. if you're heading that way they have some heavy downpours but we're also dealing with the few showers now in southern maryland. snow hill, also around poke poke city. princess anne a light shower this morning. manchester a mixture of sun and clouds that will be the scenario through the day today. the temperature in manchester at 70 degrees right now. and we're also going to be dealing with a high temperature coming in right around 90. let's get a check of the traffic now with m
are dedicating the season to art model, a former ravens owner and the man who brought football back to baltimore. honored tonight in a pregame ceremony. the ravens could face the biggest challenge, 8 of 16 games, ravens are 27-5 at home during regular season. this is the second best record in the entire nfl. we caught up with some of the ravens fans. here is what they have to say about the game. >> they come out to the first ravens game, it's going to be the opening game. she will enjoy all the moments of tonight's game. >> it's going to be explosive this year. i see joe and tory looking up quite a bit. i think we are going to pass for 4000 yards this year. >> are you excited? >> very excited. this is the year for us. >> all right. as you can sees fans are very excited. kickoff, 7:00 tonight at mt bank stadium. sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >>> 19 people are safe and on solid ground. a boat overturned. the group was on a brag gone boat which sits a number of people. it's a paddle size, oversized canoe. it's not clear why it overturned. >>> if you were supposed to participate in the mudder event in
're looking at 15 minutes to downtown baltimore. take a look at 695, east side clear here, nothing to get in your way has you head up toward towson. >>> many people will probably be hitting the road over the next couple weeks to take in all the sights of the leaves changing. take the smart phone with you. it could be one of your best friends. there's a new app that will find the best places to get a glimpse of the foliage colors. >>> o's fans can support the bird and we are live at camden yards with a preview coming up. >>> thank you for joining us. the orioles are in boston now and the team is asking you to johnson is along for the ride and joins us this morning, dressed to kill. you look like you're in the spirit. >> reporter: i am so ready here. we are right in front of the ticket counter at camden yards, popular place starting tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. to the general public, the o's postseason tickets go on sale online. the orioles encourage fans to buckle up and back the birds in their push for the 2012 postseason. they set up a series of rallies that kick off today. a buckle up team wi
. good morning. >>> we are dealing with self- accidents trouble in baltimore county with a crash in luthvillety moan yum. and more problems down to towson where we're dealing with an accident on ruxton road right near 83. and you will want to expect delays on the jfx heading into the city. and here's a live look at the beltway. where you'll notice it's awfully congested as well here in overlea. inner loop slowed down toed 595 and -- to 95 and that outer loop extremely slow just jam- packed up to providence road. >> we are out of time and we're going to send you back to "good morning america." we'll have another news, weather and traffic update in about 30 minutes and we'll see you then. >>> you have got to look at this. bank robbers in l.a., on a high-speed car chase, throwing bills out of the suv as police are on the run. and people are trying to scoop them up. are they robin hoods on the run? we're going to look at that in a little bit. >> people braving traffic. >> come on. $100 bills. >> l.a. giveth. >> amy robach in for robin today. >>> plus, explosive new allegations from a
of our future games, a couple of overtime matchups there, as well as the bills and the baltimore's win. >> baltimore's. >> the baltimores. them too. the ravens, they did good. t.j., what's up? >> the baltimores baltimores now. >> do you know the bills are the only team for an historical figure. >> we don't care. for the week what happened? >> willing to get that in. >> before the week it was rough, nelson, wnn football leaving the way. both at 3-1. paula, you and the commish were 2-2. >> but it's all cumulative. rob and the fans out front kicking everybody's heinie. i'm 6-6, the commish bringing up the rear as we like to say. >> it's tough. it's tough. >> like you say. >> it's not always -- >> we'll see how it goes and, you know, i don't know. a couple of big games like jason said earlier kind of thing but it was what it was. >> pretty face though. >> i'll tell you right now, i didn't shave this morning because i was too busy celebrating notre dame's win over michigan. >> on saturday night. did you see this? >> six turnovers and you guys could only win by a touchdown. >> denard robinso
an agreement. thankfully, the professionals will be back on the field tonight in baltimore. the controversial call by the replacement refs at monday's packers/seahawks' game that forced the two sides into marathon talks. referees will vote on the new eight-year agreement this weekend but the lockout will be lifted in the meantime. again, we will have the official, officials, on the field for the ravens/browns' guam tonight. you know there is some concern about the 121 refs necessarily have they been briefed on some of the new rules, have they passed physicals, will they pass physicals, going to endure, physicals and briefed on the new rules. should be ready to go. >> a great thing. a lot of folks are relieved. trying to dig up the e-mail the producer sent to us about the salaries. >> that will increase to $173,000 by 2013, that is, and $205,000 by 2019. this is not a full time job for a lot. they have side jobs. >> that is a lot of dough. i didn't know the refs. i figured it was decent paying job. not $200,000 a year for refs? i mean, whew. shows you how lucrative the nfl its. >> no one is st
to baltimore. triple digits in dallas and phoenix. and some 70s in the pacific northwest. >>> well, one polish city really went to the dogs this weekend. the 18th annual sausage dog parade, featured a marching band and krakow's favorite pooch, the hot dog. >> wasn't a hot dog. couldn't get bratwurst. just dogs? >> the highlight a costume contest, a dog, a goldfish, and astronaut, a dog as a hot dog in a bun with ketchup and relish, down on the farm dog, jeans and bandanna. the prize as a sausage dog dressed as a mexican with a sombrero. is that politically correct? we'll show it to you. >> exactly. this dates back to 1973. been doing this a while? my girlfriend loves that little hot dog. every time she sees one on the street. loves it. >> i like hot dogs on the street, in the bun. >> from the cart. >> coming up, what katy perry wants more than anything else. >> oh, yeah, the songwriter, launched careers, made movies, and had a generation humming along. stay tuned for a fond remembrance. ♪ forever forever you'll stay in my heart and i will love you ♪ >> announcer: "world news now" brought t
's in northeast baltimore. the cause of the fire under investigation. >>> in the meantime, baltimore police right now trying to figure out who killed an nih researcher near his home. detectives believe that dr. peter marvet is the victim of a robbery attempt. he was found by his car monday, shot to death multiple times. marvet was a clinical researcher at nih. right now a $2000 reward being offered in this case. >>> time for a check on the weather. here's meteorologist lynette charles. >> take a look in ellicott city where we're dealing with plenty of cloud coverment off in the distance you can see a few breaks in that cloud cover. we'll get some clearing as you go throughout the day. make sure you are prepared for that and get ready to enjoy all the sunshine that will be moving in here. for right now the temperature in ellicott city coming in at 66 degrees. look at the dewpoint, 51. so that dry air has already moved into the picture. you can see the winds out of the northeast very light right now, but it will be a breezy day on tap. as we look at what's going on on maryland's most powerful radar
in minneapolis with the high in the mid 60s. about 10 degrees warmer for dallas and denver. baltimore and new york are in the 70s, anchorage the cool spot on the map at 56. >> get ready for this one. listen to this. here is a guy who says this video shows him combining his two main hobbies, the hobbies doing pushups and solving rubik's cubes. >> oh, my. not just any pushups by the way, one handed pushups. in fact 21-year-old, mike kotch claims he hasn't done a standard pushup in as long as he remembers. >> you can see, he is making progress on the cube. solves it in 25 seconds. considering how many have not finished a cube or armed pushup. impressive. >> i'm very impressed. >> on a lot of levels, it's really hard, muss carwise. brainwise on the cube. and dexterity to manipulate that thing with one hand. may be the hardest part of all. >> this is my issue. how do you kind of come up with this? >> yeah. >> it is -- like i am going to do a one-armed pushup and then, do a rubik's cube. >> yeah. >> too much time on his hands. i don't know. >> but he is good. >> he is good. >> credit where credit i
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